Have you started tummy time yet?
Did you know that tummy time and rolling is an important part of bub's development? In fact, it is a big part of your little one's physical and mental development helping them to convert from a stationary world to one on the move. With regular practice lifting their head up unassisted, bub is exercising their core strength and improving their motor skills. As they begin to look around in this position he also improves his visual and sensory skills.
Nobody likes being tired! Think about how we feel after one bad night sleep; grumpy, irritable, a bit foggy, might have a headache, full of yawns reaching for another cup of coffee. When babies lose sleep, it is so hard for them to catch back up nor do they have the luxury of stimulants to see them through till their next nap.
Mizzie wanted to help you and bub through by putting together some information to help everyone in the house get a good night’s rest.
Teething is an exciting development in Bub's life, it means they're growing up! But it is also a very emotional and difficult time for Bub, as well as Mum and Dad.
The best way to combat those teething blues is being prepared. But how do you know when your bub is ready to teeth? And what do you do to help them through?
Reading with babies and children at any age is always going to be beneficial to their cognitive development. Reading aloud to your little one can assist them in developing language and speech skills as every sound they hear you make goes into the memory bank allowing bubs to create patterns of recognition and understanding even at this young age.